2nd Annual Lisbon Living+ Conference:

The COVID-19 pandemic – The day after

The 2nd Annual Lisbon Living+ Conference aims to gather the academia, health, society, and innovation & technology sectors to analyse the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in Portugal and collecting lessons for the future.

 

Following discussions among participants and members of the Lisbon Living+ Consortium, learnings and recommendations to inform policy-makers and society-players regarding the COVID-19 day after will be disseminated.

Date

22nd October 2021

Location

Rectorate of NOVA University Lisbon

Our Speakers

In the morning participants will have the pleasure to listen to three plenary sessions with renowned international experts that will share their perspectives and experiences concerning the future of education, the delivery of health care and of social services, and innovation in the COVID-19 pandemic day after. In the afternoon, participants will hear lively discussions in three roundtables in which members of the Lisbon Living + consortium will reflect and discuss future perspectives and make recommendations for the COVID-19 pandemic day after.

Magda Rosenmöller
IESE, Spain

Magda Rosenmoller holds a Ph.D. in Health Policy (University of London), a Medical Doctor (University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France), and an MBA from IESE. She teaches the MBA elective on health innovation management at IESE, and health executive education in European, Asian, African and Latin American Business Schools. Her areas of interests are health management, managing innovation and entrepreneurship in health care & education, European health and research policies and global health.

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Magda Rosenmöller
IESE, Spain
Elias Mossialos
LSE, United Kingdom

Elias Mossialos is Brian Abel-Smith Professor of Health Policy, Deputy Head of Department of Health Policy and Director of LSE Health. He has advised the WHO, European Parliament, European Commission, World Bank, UK Office of Fair Trading, Ministries of Health and Social Affairs in Belgium, Brazil, China, Cyprus, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain and Sweden, and health insurance funds in Austria, Croatia, France, Hungary and South Korea.

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Elias Mossialos
LSE, United Kingdom
Mitchell Weiss
Harvard Business School, United States

Mitchell Weiss is the author of “We the Possibility: Harnessing Public Entrepreneurship to Solve Our Most Urgent Problems“. Weiss is Professor of Management Practice in the Entrepreneurial Management Unit at Harvard Business School, where he is also the Richard L. Menschel Faculty Fellow. He is an award-winning teacher and the creator of the school’s popular course, Public Entrepreneurship, which focuses on public leaders and private entrepreneurs inventing a difference in the world.

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Mitchell Weiss
Harvard Business School, United States

Program

2nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE | The COVID-19 pandemic – The day after

João Sàágua (Rector of Universidade Nova de Lisboa) and Luís Ferreira (Rector of Universidade de Lisboa)

Executive Board Lisbon Living+

Magda Rosenmöller
IESE, Spain

Keynote speaker
Magda Rosenmöller (IESE, Spain)

Moderator
Ana Costa Freitas (Universidade de Évora), José Fragata (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

Discussant
Teresa Peña (Instituto Superior Técnico, UL)

Elias Mossialos
London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

Keynote speaker
Elias Mossialos (London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom)

Moderator
Ricardo Caldeira (Câmara Municipal de Cascais), Luís Pinheiro (Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Norte)

Discussant
Tiago Nascimento (Santa Casa de Misericórdia de Lisboa)

11:15|11:30

Mitchell Weiss
Harvard Business School, United States
Solving Big Problems Post-COVID with Innovation Leadership Learned During the Pandemic

Keynote speaker
Mitchell Weiss (Harvard Business School, United States)

Summary: Will our agility stay when COVID is gone? Many public leaders and private ones insist that new-found flexibility and the tools that enable it will last after the pandemic has finally receded, whenever it does. They say that urgency and creativity will be the hallmark of a new era. That may be true. But one can easily imagine out of exhaustion or fear, a return to old patterns that favor the status quo.
Mitchell Weiss, Harvard Business School Professor and author of the book We the Possibility: Harnessing Public Entrepreneurship to Solve Our Most Urgent Problems, will describe a kind of leadership, “possibility leadership”, taken up by many leaders during the pandemic and how it might be continued afterward and directed toward solving major challenges. He will talk about how to tip the balance in government organizations and other large bureaucracies from “probability” mindsets - where the focus is on deploying solutions that have “worked” before, even with just mediocre results – toward “possibility” mindsets and cultures instead. In possibility-led organizations, there exists the appetite and skillset to try new solutions, even amidst the recognition that these innovations, by virtue of their novelty, may only possibly work and probably won’t. Drawing on case studies from around the world, he will also talk about how to stop short of racing past possibility toward something more dangerous instead.

Moderator
Filipa Fixe (GLINTT), Mécia Fonseca (NOVARTIS)

Discussant
Ana Maria Santos (Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas, UL)

12:30|14:00

Speakers
Francisca Leite (Luz SAÚDE), Isabel Pavão Martins (Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Lisboa), Maria do Carmo Ornelas (Multicare), Jorge Carneiro (Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência), Patrícia Silva Pereira (Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Lisboa), Eduarda Marques da Costa (Instituto de Geografia e Ordenamento do Território, UL), Maria Manuel Vieira (Instituto de Ciências Sociais, UL), Cristiano Marques (GLINTT), Ana Costa Freitas (Universidade de Évora)

Moderator/rapporteur
Luísa Lima (ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)

Speakers
João Magalhães (Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, UL), Luís Pinheiro (Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Norte), João Filipe Raposo (Associação Protetora de Diabéticos de Portugal), Fernando Almeida (Instituto Nacional de Saúde Doutor Ricardo Jorge), Helena Oliveira (Santa Casa de Misericórdia de Lisboa), Pedro Grilo (Câmara Municipal de Lisboa), Carla Pinto (Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas, UL), Carla Semedo (Câmara Municipal de Cascais)

Moderator/rapporteur
Aida Tavares (Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão, UL)

Speakers
Cátia Pesquita (Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa), Miguel Prudêncio (Instituto de Medicina Molecular), Rui Santos Ivo (INFARMED), José Barreira Martins (Câmara Municipal de Oeiras), Bruno Sepodes (Faculdade de Farmácia da Universidade de Lisboa), Margarida Serra (Instituto de Biologia Experimental e Tecnológica), José Barateiro (Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil), Mécia Fonseca (NOVARTIS), Nuno Jardim Nunes (Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa)

Moderator/rapporteur
Francisco Velez Roxo (Universidade Católica Portuguesa)

16:15|16:30

Rapporteur I
Luísa Lima (ISCTE – IUL)

Rapporteur II
Aida Tavares (ISEG – UL)

Rapporteur III
Francisco Velez Roxo (UCP)

Moderator
Mónica Oliveira (Universidade de Lisboa), José Fragata (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

Morning synthesis
Mécia Fonseca (NOVARTIS), Filipa Fixe (GLINTT)

Lisbon Living +

The Lisbon Living + platform brings together entities from academia, industry and from the health and social care sectors to develop collaborative activities aiming to promote economic and social innovation and to enhance knowledge in the health area.

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Register to Event

Free attendance, but participants will need to register. The conference will take place in a hybrid format: participants may choose to participate presentially or virtually. Further information for virtual attendance will be sent to participants.





    Sponsors

    Event location

    The 2nd Annual Conference of the Lisbon Living + Consortium will take place at the Rectorate of NOVA University Lisbon, a partner of the Consortium.

    ADDRESS

    Campus de Campolide
    1099-085 Lisboa

    EMAIL

    info@lisbonlivingplusconference.pt

    TEL

    +351 210 170 120
    Ext. 19 348